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TIM 5G Innovation Hub launch: Ericsson

At the TIM 5G Innovation Hub in Rome we spoke to Federico Rigoni, Head of Italy and South East Mediterranean at Ericsson. He gave us an overview or the current state and future potential of 5G from an infrastructure perspective.

TIM 5G Innovation Hub launch: Sony

At the TIM 5G Innovation Hub in Rome we spoke to Alessio Marcobelli, Head of Customer Portfolio Management for Europe at Sony Mobile Communications. He explained that his company demonstrated the world’s first smartphone prototype that supports 5G over millimetre wave at the event.

Where is the evidence of Huawei espionage?

Before we get carried too carried away with the recent arrest in Poland, let’s remember something; this is a Huawei employee accused of espionage, not Huawei.

TIM 5G Innovation Hub launch: Nokia

At the TIM 5G Innovation Hub in Rome we spoke to Massimo Mazzocchini, VP MED and AD at Nokia Italia, who talked us through some of the industry applications of 5G Nokia was demonstrating at the event.

TIM 5G Innovation Hub launch: LG

At the TIM 5G Innovation Hub in Rome we spoke to David Draghi, Mobile Communication Unit Director at LG. He gave us the LG perspective on the current state of 5G and where it’s headed.

5G hype: learning from previous generations

We don’t have a 5G smartphone on the market yet, and already there’s a 5G backlash. How can people be sick of the hype around a technology that isn’t even here yet?

Investment bank thinks Vodafone could be in trouble

RBC Capital Markets has released an investor note warning Vodafone might be in a spot of bother following years of restructuring, M&A, as well as the risk associated with up-coming spectrum auctions.

TIM 5G Innovation Hub launch: Qualcomm

At the TIM 5G Innovation Hub in Rome we spoke to Enrico Salvatori, Senior Vice President and President of Qualcomm EMEA. He detailed the importance of 5G and explained the reasoning behind partnering with TIM on the Innovation Hub.

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